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SERIES: BELIEVE (6/22/14)
Jesus sent His disciples across the sea of Galilee. When they sailed off the weather was apparently good, but then a strong wind arose, and the disciples found themselves in the midst of a terrible storm. Sails are no good in a storm so they began to row and they had been rowing for 3 or 4 hours, and they found themselves in the middle of the lake, which means they were at the farthest point from any shore. There was no turning back. They’re wandering where Jesus is when suddenly they see Jesus coming towards the boat, walking on the water.

Watch this dynamic and inspiring message that focuses on the purpose, the presence, the power and the person of Jesus in the midst of the storm.

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Father2014_ttl.jpgIn the Story of the Prodigal, the father represents God. And while there are no perfect human fathers, God is our perfect Heavenly Father, and as such, He is the ideal role model of a Father. As we study this story, it reveals several characteristics of the Father-heart of God that ought also be reflected in the heart of every father, as they grow spiritually, to be come more and more like Him.

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SERIES: BELIEVEBELIEVE_TTL.jpg
The feeding of the multitude is probably the most well known of all of Jesus’ miracles and the only one which appears in all 4 gospels. Matthew says that there were “five thousand men, besides women and children” Matt 14:21. The size of the crowd emphasizes the magnitude of the miracle, and perhaps that is why it is recorded in all four gospels. It made an indelible impression on the hearts of all four gospel writers, that they never forgot it.

As we consider this miracle, we discover that He is the source of supernatural provision for every need of our life physically and spiritually, and He eagerly stands ready to meet us at the point of our need, but sometimes we need help in recognizing our need, before we can experience our miracle.

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SERIES: THAT HAPPENS IN CHURCH 6/4/14Corinthians_ttl.jpg
This is an extremely timely and relevant message that the church needs to hear. As believers we might have rights or freedoms, but those rights also require a certain responsibility not only toward our fellow believers and the unsaved that we are trying to reach, which is what we looked at in our previous message, but also toward our spiritual leaders.

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Series: Believe 6/2/14BELIEVE_TTL.jpg
As we look at the third of seven miracles recorded in John’s Gospel, the healing of the paralyzed man at the pool of Bethesda, it tells us that it was believed that God at times sent an angel to trouble the waters, and the first person who stepped in would be healed. Verse 3 says that a great multitude of sick people were there—blind, crippled, paralyzed. Some commentators estimate that it was upwards of 3000 people who surrounded that small pool daily waiting on the slim hope that this could be the day that the angel troubled the waters, and that they would be first into the water to receive their healing. Although thousands were gathered waiting on their healing, John tells us the story of one man. That does not necessarily mean that Jesus did not heal others that day, because the gospels often tell of Jesus healing multitudes of those who were sick and oppressed. But John was led of the Spirit to record this one miracle because of what it reveals to us about Jesus.

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